2022 APEGA Annual Report


Lifelong learning is at the core of our mandatory Continuing Professional Development (CPD) Program. APEGA professionals must continually maintain or increase their skills and knowledge to meet the ever-changing demands of the future—and their commitment to public safety.

LICENSURE ADMINISTRATION Former and existing licensed professionals must apply to APEGA if they want to resume practice, reinstate their registration, or reactivate their registration. To ensure safe and competent practice, 69 per cent of reinstatement and resume-practice applications included at least one practice restriction or condition.

We introduced a new activity-based CPD reporting tool with last year’s launch of myAPEGA, our online registrant portal. •All registrants transitioned to activity- based CPD reporting by June 30. •Registrants began submitting their CPD hours, starting in phases, in December. We provided increased support to registrants throughout the myAPEGA CPD reporting and submission transitions. SPECIAL CONSIDERATION Professionals who were unable to meet the minimum CPD requirements due to an extenuating circumstance were able to apply to have their CPD requirements reduced.

128 reactivations (former registrants with a short registration lapse approved for reactivated registration)

858 Applications

148 resume practice (non-practising registrants approved to resume practice)

Total Referrals 702 of these special-consideration requests in 2022. We approved

582 reinstatements (former registrants approved for reinstated registration)

16 64 referrals for potential violations of the referrals for corporate practice reviews Engineering and Geoscience Professions Act

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